Save the Date with Pear Tree & Giveaway

Spring is coming, and with it comes the season of planning and prepping for weddings, graduations, birthday parties, etc. Pear Tree Greetings has stationery to meet the needs of your party prepping madness. Whether you’re gearing up to wish that high school graduate success or whether you’re preparing to say goodbye to toddlerhood and welcome in the preschool years, you can find the perfect invitations and stationery for whatever your plans consist of.Save the Date Cards & Magnets are a great way to let others know about your special event. They’re a nice, decorative touch that friends and family members can keep on their fridge or on that decorative bulletin board, so that they can be reminded every day. Pear Tree also gives advice on Save the Date Etiquette, as well as a Wedding Planning Checklist. Of course, you might be like me, starting to think of that birthday coming up….should I plan a party….or should we just have a nice family night full of fun projects and activities? Hmmmm….if you’re planning the party, be sure to check out their collections of Kid’s Birthday Invitations.

The great news is that Pear Tree is giving one MamaBuzz reader a $20 credit to use in their store on any product the winner chooses! You can enter to win by doing one or more of the following; just be sure to leave a separate comment for each way that you enter. I’ll draw the winner, via, on Wednesday, March 2. This giveaway is open to U.S. only. Good luck, and have a wonderful day!

  1. Visit Pear Tree Greetings, and let me know what you would most likely purchase if you won!
  2. Leave a comment, letting me know your most memorable special event….was it your wedding, graduation, a birthday celebration? I want to know.:)
  3. Like Pear Tree Greetings on Facebook.
  4. Follow @PearTreeGrtngs on Twitter.
  5. Tweet about this giveaway, linking back to @mamabzz; you can tweet once daily to earn extra entries.
  6. Subscribe to the Pear Tree Blog.
  7. Follow MamaBuzz, or subscribe to our posts.
  8. Follow @mamabzz on Twitter.
  9. Like MamaBuzz on Facebook.
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(Disclosure: I received no compensation for this post; all views/opinions are my own. Pear Tree Greetings is providing the giveaway prize to the winner.)

Mel Lockcuff

Mel is a wife and homeschool mom to 2 boys, as well as a lifestyle and travel blogger residing in Northwest Arkansas. She recently published her first eBook, Blog Design Elements of Success. You can find Mel on Twitter @mellockcuff, as well as on Instagram and Facebook, or contact her via email at
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    Geri says

    I would most likely purchase the Organic Mix in Pink- Personalized Notecards and the Peony Perfection in Blue- Personalized Notecards.

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    Heidi Mc says

    If I were to win I would get birthday invitations for my lil’ guy. He will be 3 and loves anything trucks. The Hard Hat Required Photo Birthday Party Invitation would be perfect. Thank you for the chance to win! :)
    tyson 2468 (at) charter (dot) net

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    Heidi Mc says

    My most memorable special event was my wedding. Very fun memories. I still laugh at the awful bridesmaids dresses!
    tyson 2468 (at) charter (dot) net

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    Elizabeth N. says

    My most memorable special event was when my husband and I did a vow renewal ceremony on the beach. It was more special than our wedding – because we were the only 2 people we knew there! Plus, we’d been married a while, so our bond was definitely stronger than when we first got married. The ceremony was at the beach, and we had a terrific time!

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    Heather W says

    I’d love to get some thank you notes. So many pretty ones to choose from!
    Lovefool827 (at) yahoo (dotcom)

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    Heather W says

    My most memorable event recently was a milestone bday party I had over summer.
    Lovefool827 (at) yahoo (dotcom)

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